monster truck fans... holy - shiat........

Discussion in 'RC Offroad Forum' started by pike, Jan 27, 2004.

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  1. pike

    pike Member

  2. imfast

    imfast Member

    my god that thing is big and looks meen
  3. pike

    pike Member

    what scares me more is what will it cost
  4. Davemc

    Davemc Member

    looks like there is room for someone to put a seat in it, and then you could drive it to work. I bet the price will scare some people, me for one
  5. imfast

    imfast Member

    it will scare me to hehe
  6. cynical

    cynical Member

    how much is it?
  7. bandit1

    bandit1 Member

    a price estimate on it should be coming out from CEN early Feb., so anytime soon! i saw a pic of setting next to an E-Maxx and it looked like the e-maxx was 1/18 scale. holy #@$% !!!!!
  8. cynical

    cynical Member

    wow that would be awsome to have a 1/18 scale e-maxx. is it possibly to get a nitro eingine on a 1/18 scale rc. like for instance could they make a 1/18scale t-maxx with a nitro engine?
  9. pike

    pike Member

    ahah it'd be a joke if they did
  10. That will make a big hole in our pocket, you will have to take out a mortgage on that thing.
  11. jlmoreno911

    jlmoreno911 Member

    So what scale would the Genesis be? I didn't see it in the specs, but it is huge compared to a 1/10 truck. What scale/size is the .46 clodzilla conversion kit for the Savage or T-Maxx?? That one looks huge too, but not as big as the Cen Genesis.
  12. pike

    pike Member

    1/8 1/6 i don't think it's really built to a specific scale, just like here lets throw together a big fuker give it a huge engine and wheels and 4 wheel steerring kinda deal
  13. A J G 3 6 6

    A J G 3 6 6 Member

    Where did you see it next to an E-Maxx?
  14. A J G 3 6 6

    A J G 3 6 6 Member

    I see on Hobbytron.com its going for $529.00
  15. bandit1

    bandit1 Member

    ajg, i saw it next to the e maxx on wildhobbies.com its in the readers rides section.
  16. Davemc

    Davemc Member

    529 is not as bad and I thought it would be
  17. pike

    pike Member

    haah less than an ofna dominator extreme which isn't even rtr 850 us lol
  18. jlmoreno911

    jlmoreno911 Member

  19. rstaubach_12

    rstaubach_12 Member

    If those are 7.5 inch tires there is no way that is only 1/8th. I think Hobbytron just called it 1/8th because they don't know what it is. $529 isn't a bad price for that sweet a rig. I'll wait to see how it performs before investing though.
  20. pike

    pike Member

    Ya me to I also tiped them off that if they want it to sell get the word out and get some after market support that's why t-maxx, savage etc sell well, like who wants a truck with no aftermarket parts? and you always have to order direct from them the same parts over and over. I also wanna wait and see just how strong it is first.
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